Which of the following information IS NOT reported symptom of pediatric multisystem inflammatory syndrome?
c. persistent cough
d. swollen lymph nodes
e. belly pain
Though the coronavirus doesn't infect as many children as adults, doctors are alarmed that a growing number of children are becoming sick with a condition called pediatric multisystem inflammatory syndrome, which may be related to the coronavirus.
Symptoms of pediatric multisystem inflammatory syndrome include a fever, rash, swollen lymph nodes, and belly pain, the Health Department said in its advisory.
A persistent cough and breathing troubles, two of the main symptoms of COVID-19, are not listed as symptoms of the condition.
The state Health Department said the condition has similarities to toxic shock syndrome and Kawasaki disease, a childhood illness.
Treatments include steroids, intravenous immunoglobulin, aspirin, antibiotics, and oxygen, sometimes use of a ventilator in the most serious cases.
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